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|Statement||by Wayne C. Huber and James P. Heaney.|
|Series||Special reports - Environmental Protection Agency ; EPA 600/8-77-009, Special report (United States. Environmental Protection Agency) -- EPA-600/8-77-009.|
|Contributions||Heaney, James P., Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory., Flordia. University, Gainesville. Dept. of Environmental Engineering Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
EPA/ July URBAN RAINFALL-RUNOFF-QUALITY DATA BASE by Wayne C. Huber and James P. Heaney Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences University of Florida Gainesville, Florida Project No. Project Officer C. Y. Fan Storm and Combined Sewer Section Wastewater Research Division Municipal Environmental Research . EPA/ August URBAN RAINFALL-RUNOFF-QUALITY DATA BASE Update With Statistical Analysis by Wayne C. Huber, James P. Heaney, Kevin J. Smolenyak and Demetrios A. Aggidis Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences University of Florida Gainesville, Florida Contract No. Project Officers Richard Field, Chi-Yuan . In this appendix, data from representative sites contained in the Urban -Rainfall-Runoff-Quality Data Bas e have been used to examine some of the essential parameters used in drainage design methods, such as: the runoff coefficient (runoff volume/rain volume), the curve SCS number, and in some cases the relationship between rainfall peak. Urban Rainfall-Runoff-Quality Data Base. EPA/2– 81– (NTIS PB), Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. October. Google ScholarCited by:
Huber, Wayne C. Urban rainfall-runoff-quality data base. Update with statistical analysis. US EPA Special Reports Series, Report EPA /8–79–, , pp. Google ScholarCited by: 5. Urban Rainfall-Runoff-Quality Data Base W. C Huber Conventional and Advanced Sewer Design Concepts for Dual Purpose Flood and Pollution Control; A Preliminary Case Study. Urban rainfall- runoff- quality data base (Burlington, Chicago IL, Denver CO, Dade County FL, Toronto ON). Additional information and data are also provided for three catchments in Broward. Unfortunately, many users of the CN method ignore these two basic warnings, and many urban stormwater models use composite CN values for all storms. The CN method is a suitable tool if properly used; unfortunately, it is frequently used for small storms and for water quality evaluations, well beyond its intended use addressing drainage design.
That appendix includes summaries of data obtained from the EPA’s Nationwide Urban Runoff Program (EPA ), the EPA’s Urban - Rainfall-Runoff-Quality Data Base (Heaney, et al. ), and from the Humber River portion of the Toronto Area Watershed Management Study (Pitt and McLean ). The Toronto area data were. Urban Rainfall Runoff Quality Data Base,addendum 2: Additional Data and Statistical Analysis Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental. REFERENCES for InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA, SWMM5 American Society of Civil Engineers Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 60 (). Gravity Sanitary Sewer Design and Construction. Reston, VA. Clark, C.O. (). “Storage and the Unit Hydrograph,” Transaction of the ASCE, Vol. Espey, W.H., D.G. Altman (). “Nomographs for minute Unit . Urban Rainfall Runoff Quality Data Base, Addendum 1: Statistical Analysis and Additional Data U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio oct. de Title: Ingeniero Técnico Especialista .